Premiere California cycling event draws record cyclists, raises 60 percent more funds for cancer early detection research than in 2012. Sponsorship opportunities are available now for the Canary Challenge in September 27, 2014. In 2013, Canary Challenge raised $800,000 for early cancer detection in lung, ovarian, prostate, breast and pancreatic cancer.
NAMA's Annual Oncology symposium is a must attend event for all Oncology and Hematology professionals. NAMA will offer a full agenda of top tier presenters covering emerging trends in this quickly changing field.
Dragon boat teams will be taking to the waters of Lake Ontario to compete in the 19th Annual GWN Dragon Boat Challenge Presented by CIBC in support of Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation - Ontario Region.
Memorial Cancer Institute's multidisciplinary approach to cancer care means that patients have a whole team of cancer specialists on their side. From highly trained physicians to skilled and compassionate nurses, therapists, technicians, social workers and support staff, each member of the team is a highly trained specialist in his or her field.
The US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) made the announcement yesterday that they will implement new radon testing and radon mitigation requirements for multifamily units in an effort to prevent lung cancer. This new program is part of the CDC Healthy Homes Initiative. National radon mitigation company, S.W.A.T. Environmental is staffing-up to handle the increased workload.
One in every 22 women is likely to develop breast cancer and it is fast becoming the number one cancer among urban women. As per the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), India could see around 250,000 new cases of breast cancer by 2015.
Bee Empowered Incorporated is excited about closing out another incredible year with the Celebration of Hope Gala and the official name change of I Bleed Pink.org to the Empowered Life Cancer Network. Bee Empowered along with new partners Solis Health and the Arlington Cancer Center are elated about the launch of this new network and continuing the mission of saving lives through the power of prevention.
The Surgeon General of The United States is urging home and business owners to test for this deadly gas. Radon levels are typically higher in the winter months and the threat may be at its greatest in January. For this reason, Environmental Protection Agency is designating January 2013 as National Radon Month. For more information, contact S.W.A.T. Environmental at 1-800-NO-RADON.
The Puccini Foundation for Comparative Oncology (www.puccinifoundation.org) recently expanded its Board of Directors and Scientific Advisory Council with leaders from the medical and business fields. The Foundation was formed in 2007 by Linda Cohen Wassong to educate the public and raise funds exclusively for comparative oncology research.
PointHR is going Pink for cancer awareness month. PointHR is supporting the cause by donating $25 for each new customer sign up or Audit performed in the month of October to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
In an effort to support the observance of the national awareness month for Breast Cancer Trinity Lace Wigs is holding a free give-a-way. Each year they host a program to donate wigs to participants with medically related hairloss.
Each year, Inc. Magazine publishes their list of The Fastest Growing Companies in The U.S. The year of 2012 marks a monumental accomplishment for a local Denver, Colorado entrepreneur. Nathan Nowicki of S.W.A.T. Environmental and Radon Mitigation is celebrating being featured on this year's Inc Magazine list. Nate has aggessive plans for expanding his already successful franchise going into 2013.
Radon gas is a major health concern throughout the World. In just 10 short years, one U.S. contractor has turned a small "mom and pop" radon mitigation company into a multi-million dollar corporation. S.W.A.T. Environmental is now taking their unique business model to the next level by selling franchises in key metro markets throughout the country. For more information, call 1-800-NO-RADON.